By using Rapid Evidence Assessment (REA) inspired analysis, we explore participatory practices and social innovations in wind energy both on- and offshore to create a database of good participatory practices and social innovation. This includes a review of previous EU projects in wind and participation, grey literature, and scientific papers. In the reviews, we focus on 1) existing participatory practices used by wind energy governance actors, 2) forms of energy citizenship include social innovations in wind energy, and 3) financial participation of citizens and communities in wind energy development. The outcome will be a database of good participatory practices and social innovation.

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